Peter W. Gray
Rev Peter William Gray, PSS, Ph.D. is a member of the USA Province of the Society of Saint Sulpice and is the artist for that community. He has recently finished all the artwork for the newly restored PACA Street Historical Chapel and Spiritual Center in Baltimore, Maryland where St Elizabeth Ann Seton made her first vows.
His works are world-wide and communicate the passion and importance of the visual arts in the role of Evangelization in and through the Catholic Church’s many ministries.
The profits from Fr. Gray’s works assist his small mission in Nepal, which he began as an NGO 20 years ago, as well as locally with the street people and homeless in Baltimore.
He does all of this from his artworks, and calls his ministry, “ART with HEART”. His small studio is under the patronage of Saints Joseph and Luke.
He received a papal commissioned to do a portrait of Pope Francis which currently hang in the Apostolic Nunciature on Massachusetts Ave. in Washington DC.
Fr. Gray holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and the Arts from the G.T.U. in Berkeley and has won acclaim from Sister Wendy Becket, Mother Dolores Hart, OSB and the late George Tooker.